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because of the technologies throughout. i happen to sit on a company with great sec followings out there and the civilian population. to see something and say something is critical for us to be able to do this. >> judge jeanine: couldn't agree with you more. thanks for being with us this evening. >> thank you. >> judge jeanine: you have seen up close and personal what law enforcement does every day. the background not as dramatic. the attention not as wide. men and women in the danger zone happens every day in america. the beat they walk is a battle field where the fight between good and evil unfolds. scenarios deadly. they are the one line that separates a civil society from a barbaric one. they bring order where those who seek to wreak havoc want anarchy. cops put their lives on the line with little or no appreciation. they rep >> geraldo: probing the boston bombings this a fox news alert. i'm geraldo rivera reporting that the week that started with explosions and gunfire screams and misery is ending with cheers, relief and neil diamond singing "sweet caroline" the team's anthem
to kill. >> this started before 11:00 last night when mit massachusetts institute of technology campus police officer was shot and killed after responding to a report of a disturbance on campus. >> he was apparently shot and killed in his vehicle we are hearing from local police. police responded to a car jacking event at a convenience store that led into a massive chase on to the streets of watertown. that's where the two suspects reportedly began throwing explosive devices at police officers. these guys are armed and extremely dangerous. one is dead in the hospital. >> they were able to get in the mix of the cops. bill hemmer quickly scrambled to the camera. he joins us right now in boston. you can watch on the monitor incredible video of our guys in the middle of the police zeroing in on whom we believe to be the bombing suspect. >> yeah, it is remarkable. brian, if you are just joining us the viewers at home are just waking up, there has been a flurry of activity over the past 6 hours. really over the last 12-hours. if you back up to 5:00 the fbi is quiet for two-days before breath
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